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Family Game Night features math lessons

Math Education SmartBrief | Feb 04, 2016

A family night hosted by a California elementary school featured board games -- some created by students. The games incorporated math concepts, such as problem-solving, logical thinking and number sequencing. "You don't even realize you're doing math -- that's how fun it is," fourth-grader Marco Molossi said. Half Moon Bay Review (Calif.) (02/03)


PE may boost math scores, study finds

Math Education SmartBrief | Feb 10, 2016

Students learn geometry of construction

Math Education SmartBrief | Feb 08, 2016

S.D. middle-school teachers adopt cooperative, rewards-based strategy

Math Education SmartBrief | Feb 08, 2016

How to take students on a journey with classroom Triptiks

Math Education SmartBrief | Feb 09, 2016

View of nature can help boost test scores, study finds

Math Education SmartBrief | Feb 09, 2016

Free "Bedtime Math" app piloted in 6 N.J. schools

Math Education SmartBrief | Feb 08, 2016

King extends olive branch to educators

Math Education SmartBrief | Feb 08, 2016

High-level math experiences top more students' to-do lists

Math Education SmartBrief | Feb 10, 2016

Students prefer physical books for "serious reading," study shows

Math Education SmartBrief | Feb 08, 2016


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